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Put down the phone and pick up one of these pa­per cal­en­dars for a lit­tle eye candy ev­ery day.

Do It Yourself - - Features - WORDS NATALIE DAYTON PHO­TOGRAPHS JA­SON DON­NELLY

It’s the most won­der­ful time of the year ... new cal­en­dar sea­son! Shop the ones we’re cur­rently cov­et­ing.

1. Any­one else have a com­plex with throw­ing out last year’s cal­en­dar? Worry no more—the back of each beau­ti­ful de­sign is printed with a tem­plate for a note card, gift box, and more for op­ti­mal reusabil­ity. 2019 Wall Art Cal­en­dar, $30;

pa­per­source.com

2. Liven up your work space with an artsy desk cal­en­dar, com­plete with a wood stand to keep the im­por­tant dates (like pay­day) in easy sight. Folk Art Desk Cal­en­dar with Stand, $18, Til­land­sia Mini Desk Cal­en­dar with Stand,

$12; fa­voritestory.co

3. This 12×24-inch cal­en­dar is a col­lec­tion of screen prints de­signed by the shop’s three gen­er­a­tions of print­mak­ers, in­clud­ing the kid­dos! 2019 Cal­en­dar,

$68; the­do­l­phin­stu­dio .com

4. Your furry friends get the spot­light with these dish tow­els. Frame them to see each month at a glance, or keep them in the kitchen for a fun date re­minder with ev­ery use. Now Designs Pur­r­fect Year and Ca­nine Cal­en­dar, $8 each; cook­sware­house .com

5. Min­i­mal­is­tic + col­or­ful? We dig it. Plus, you can write in your own days, months, and year, so you have the free­dom to start it at any time. Aurora Wall

Plan­ner, $48; poketo.com

6. Never for­get a gift again with this yearly birth­day cal­en­dar—just write your friend’s name by the date and con­sider it saved. Vil­lage Birth­day Cal­en­dar, $20;

fa­voritestory.co

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